Comics

Red Hood Rebirth

In Red Hood and the Outlaws vol. 2, as part of the DC Rebirth initiative, Red Hood (real name Jason Todd) is a former protege of Batman on a quest for redemption for his past crimes. Compared to the original Red Hood, Red Hood’s Rebirth costume features a full helmet, brown leather jacket, and a distinct lack of a red hood.

Dark Phoenix

In X-Men: Dark Phoenix, Jean Gray (Sophie Turner) is a mutant with extremely powerful telepathic and telekinetic powers. After a space mission goes wrong, Jean is hit and nearly killed by a mysterious cosmic force that unleashes an entity within her, known as the Phoenix, that she is unable to comprehend or control.

Drunk Thor from Avengers: Endgame

Drunk Thor in Avengers: Endgame

In Avengers: Endgame, Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is now an overweight alcoholic who leaves in seclusion in New Asgard, Norway. Depressed after the Avengers’ defeat at the hand of Thanos, who has wiped out half of civilization, he spends his days drinking beer and playing Fortnite. The Norse god of Thunder, now drunk and overweight, bears a striking resemblance to The Dude from Big Lebowski, both in appearance and lifestyle.

Goldface from The Flash

Goldface from The Flash

In CW’s The Flash, Goldface (Damion Poitier) is a more grounded version of the comic book counterpart. While he can still turn any part of his body into organic gold, making him nearly invulnerable, he’s no longer equipped with a golden spacesuit. Instead, he dresses in all black and sporting a massive gold chain necklace that he uses as a weapon on occasion.

Vanya Hargreeves aka White Violin from The Umbrella Academy

Vanya Hargreeves from The Umbrella Academy

In The Umbrella Academy, Vanya Hargreeves (Ellen Page), aka Number Seven, is best known as the White Violin. She is a meek violinist who has no interest in the academy and is alienated from her siblings. It turns out she has the most powerful ability of all, which has long been suppressed by her father Reginald with the help of drugs.

Grace Hargreeves aka Mom from The Umbrella Academy

Grace Hargreeves from The Umbrella Academy

In The Umbrella Academy, Grace Hargreeves (Jordan Claire Robbins), better known as Mom, is the adoptive mother of the Umbrella Academy kids. She is actually a robot built by Reginald after Vanya kept killing their nannies using her powers.

Diego Hargreeves from The Umbrella Academy

Diego Hargreeves from The Umbrella Academy

In The Umbrella Academy, Diego Hargreeves (David Castañeda) is Number Two. The rebellious troublemaker of the family, he has the power to hold his breath and control the trajectory of any object he throws, with knives being his weapon of choice.

Number Five from The Umbrella Academy

Number Five from The Umbrella Academy

In The Umbrella Academy, Number Five (Aidan Gallagher) is a boy who has the ability to jump through space and time. But there are consequences to his time-traveling, including that it messes with the rate at which he ages. After jumping to the post-apocalyptic future, he returns to the present to change the world’s fate. For the costume, it’s best to sew the red trim to the blazer hem and pockets, but fabric glue would work in a pinch.

Luther Hargreeves from The Umbrella Academy

Luther Hargreeves from The Umbrella Academy

In The Umbrella Academy, Luther Hargreeves (Tom Hopper) is Number One, an astronaut with super strength. He is very loyal to his father and the only sibling to never leave the team. After he was severely injured during a mission, he was injected with a serum that turned his upper body into that of an ape. Wear a muscle suit or add your own padding to create the necessary bulk.

Klaus Hargreaves from The Umbrella Academy

Klaus Hargreeves from The Umbrella Academy

In The Umbrella Academy, Klaus Hargreaves (Robert Sheehan) is Number Four. The Séance is a flamboyant drug addict who possesses the ability to communicate with the dead, including the deceased Number Six.